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Not sure if this is a dealer thing or a Chrysler thing yet. There is no mention of this on allpar.com yet (the major Chrysler forum where a number of FCA engineers often chime in.)

It's early days for the Pacifica Hybrid. Chrysler has always tried to do more with less vs. GM or Ford and their dealer network scares me. Hopefully the issues that come up are minor and easy to fix.
 

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I had a Dodge Intrepid as a company car at one time. It did not wear well over time. Transmission issues that were never resolved, headliner disintegrated, clear coat peeling issues. Liked the hue-shifting paint though. I was also forced to drive a K-car for a while, yuck. All cars can have an issue, but Chrysler quality control scares me. Maybe they have improved? Didn't they say the QC on the Pacifica would be world standard or some such?
 

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Didn't they say the QC on the Pacifica would be world standard or some such?
I haven't seen that, can you point me towards source? That "extra" level of QC sounds like what GM did with the 2011 Volt.
 

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I haven't seen that, can you point me towards source? That "extra" level of QC sounds like what GM did with the 2011 Volt.
No, I asked a question, I did not make a statement. I recall seeing something in an early press release or discussion because Chrysler and quality/reliability is a concern for many. Feel free to use Google.
 

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Ultimately a positive thing, glad they're going to get it right...
 
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